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A Supply Chain Perspective on Strategic Foothold Moves in Emerging Markets

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  • Christopher W. Craighead
  • David J. Ketchen Jr.
  • Matthew T. Jenkins
  • Mary C. Holcomb

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  • Christopher W. Craighead & David J. Ketchen Jr. & Matthew T. Jenkins & Mary C. Holcomb, 2017. "A Supply Chain Perspective on Strategic Foothold Moves in Emerging Markets," Journal of Supply Chain Management, Institute for Supply Management, vol. 53(4), pages 3-12, October.
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